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This two speed turntable features a built-in Phono equalizer for easy connection to any receiver or amplifier as well as an integrated USB output which delivers CD-quality sound to your PC or laptop for digital archiving. Comes with a Limited 1-Year Warranty.

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Very good. People hate hardcore on the ATLP60 which is regularly on sale for sub $100. It was my first TT. I still suggest it if you're new to vinyl and not sure if you're going to stick with the hobby.

However since that doesn't appear to be on sale right now, this table is a huge improvement over that one and isn't that much more. When I was looking to upgrade, I was waiting and waiting for this one to go on sale, but my LP60 died before I had the chance and I went with an Orbit instead. If this had gone on sale I would have definitely chosen it.

It has a built in preamp so less for you to worry yourself about and out of the box compatibility with most setups.

I would call this a mid level TT, and "mid level" is really few and far between. You either go with this guy and probably never feel a need to upgrade unless you are a serious audio snob, or get a sale LP60 and maybe upgrade it a year or so later when you've felt out the hobby. If you're gonna listen more than weekly, this is it. If it's a monthly novelty save your money and get the LP60 on sale since it's made for that kind of casual use.
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It's mostly just for the fun of letting people physically dig through your old music. Also it opens you up to buying used records for a couple bucks at yardsales and wherever. If you have big bucks for a great system then that's great. But if you just want to listen to music with friends this is a great too.

There's something fun about flipping through your curated collection with a friend or two and playing an album. Sure, I love Spotify too. I never listen to albums expecting better sound quality, just a warmer sound quality that my old arse was accustomed to. My spotify songs never have any pops or hisses.
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Is this a good turntable? I'm new to vinyls so... what features would be better?
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Is this a good turntable? I'm new to vinyls so... what features would be better?
Very good. People hate hardcore on the ATLP60 which is regularly on sale for sub $100. It was my first TT. I still suggest it if you're new to vinyl and not sure if you're going to stick with the hobby.

However since that doesn't appear to be on sale right now, this table is a huge improvement over that one and isn't that much more. When I was looking to upgrade, I was waiting and waiting for this one to go on sale, but my LP60 died before I had the chance and I went with an Orbit instead. If this had gone on sale I would have definitely chosen it.

It has a built in preamp so less for you to worry yourself about and out of the box compatibility with most setups.

I would call this a mid level TT, and "mid level" is really few and far between. You either go with this guy and probably never feel a need to upgrade unless you are a serious audio snob, or get a sale LP60 and maybe upgrade it a year or so later when you've felt out the hobby. If you're gonna listen more than weekly, this is it. If it's a monthly novelty save your money and get the LP60 on sale since it's made for that kind of casual use.
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Does this let you do the "I buried Paul" thing?
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With the S-Shaped arm - is one limited to certain Cartridges? I/e could one buy this, and install an Ortofon Redhead for a nice upgrade?
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Very good. People hate hardcore on the ATLP60 which is regularly on sale for sub $100. It was my first TT. I still suggest it if you're new to vinyl and not sure if you're going to stick with the hobby.

However since that doesn't appear to be on sale right now, this table is a huge improvement over that one and isn't that much more. When I was looking to upgrade, I was waiting and waiting for this one to go on sale, but my LP60 died before I had the chance and I went with an Orbit instead. If this had gone on sale I would have definitely chosen it.

It has a built in preamp so less for you to worry yourself about and out of the box compatibility with most setups.

I would call this a mid level TT, and "mid level" is really few and far between. You either go with this guy and probably never feel a need to upgrade unless you are a serious audio snob, or get a sale LP60 and maybe upgrade it a year or so later when you've felt out the hobby. If you're gonna listen more than weekly, this is it. If it's a monthly novelty save your money and get the LP60 on sale since it's made for that kind of casual use.
Any advice on an OK one with built in speakers that won't break the bank?
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With the S-Shaped arm - is one limited to certain Cartridges? I/e could one buy this, and install an Ortofon Redhead for a nice upgrade?
You can mount a Ortofon Red on this. It would be a great upgrade in sound.
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You can mount a Ortofon Red on this. It would be a great upgrade in sound.
https://www.fluance.com/rt82w-ref...ral-walnut

For the price of a Red and the Teac turntable....I would buy this.
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With the S-Shaped arm - is one limited to certain Cartridges? I/e could one buy this, and install an Ortofon Redhead for a nice upgrade?

No. The S-shaped arm is to align the cartridge with the groove. The arm is shaped this way to improve the performance of any cartridge.
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Any advice on an OK one with built in speakers that won't break the bank?
LOL. I'm from the generation when vinyl was the only choice. Anything with built in speakers was a piece of crap. If you are in that end of the price/performance range, just stream music you like and save a bunch of money.
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Skip vinyl. Even if you buy into the hype, with any speakers, amplifiers, and listening environment real people have, you will not get any improvement, especially if you use USB or Bluetooth.
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Does this let you do the "I buried Paul" thing?
I think you mean "turn me on dead man" which is a backwards play effect . "I buried Paul" should be audible on any turntable.
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